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NBC
Sep 27, 2012 12:35am EDT
out. like you found a religion or something. i'm going to be pleasant no matter what happens. >> i found religion. i mean, i'm here. this is the church i come to. craig: don't call this place a church. >> not in a bad way. craig: churches are excellent, america! [applause] no, i mean don't call -- never mind. >> why? craig: so new york was nice then? did you have nice pizza? did it smell of pee-pee? not the pizza. >> sometimes you smell urine. you take the good, you take the bad. i'm sorry, that wasn't positive enough. it was horrible. craig: i don't like the smell of that kind of business in the street unless it is in new york. then i'm like that's all right. >> i agree with you. that's what comes with the territory. it gives it life and tang. craig: tang? tid you have any tang? isn't tang one of those fizzy drinks they used to give astronauts? was it fizzy? >> no, i don't believe it is fizzy. there may be a new one these days, energy tang. craig: fizzy tang? i used to dance under that name. >> how many times are we going to say fizzy tang before you have something to add? geoff:
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 11:00am EDT
religion that has something to play. some of the arab countries, the suicide rates are lower than the united states. >> how do the rates vary based on age and gender in. >> men are much more likely to successfully complete a suicide. the suicide rate for men is four times that of women. women are three times as likely to attempt suicide. as far as age is concerned, the peak time for men, for all people to make a suicide attempt is between ages 40 and 60. >> you and i were speaking on a commercial break, it's turning up in teenagers. why do you see so many teenagers contemplating suicide? >> the number of teens that think about suicide according to a cdc study is 20%. 20% of teenagersn a given year will seriously consider suicide. 5% will make a suicide attempt, 2% will have such a serious suicide attempt it will land them in the hospital and they will require treatment. i think it has to do with the difficulties of being a teenager. the rates of suicide attempt in this country has gone up 200% since the 1950s. i also think it has to do with the fact that teenagers are very impulsive a
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 5:00am EDT
respects everybody else's opinion, that's the main thing. we talk about politics, religion, all those kinds of things, movies, music. it's okay to have an opinion. it's really important to respect everybody else's opinion. >> a "baltimore sun" poll on sunday showed that support for gay marriage outpaced the opposition among likely voters. coach makes a good point. civilized debate is always the way to go. >> that's what we do every day. >> yeah, right. >> tom kierein is here with our forecast. hi, tom. >> good morning. there is the washington monument and jefferson memorial. so far they are dry. >>> just a few miles away, it's raining, and it's wet, and the pavement is wet. if you're coming in down through 70 or in from 66 this morning, all coming from a conveyor belt of rain associated with a front and an area of low pressure. right now closer to home, we're getting closer to moderate rain. right now raining pretty hard from right near burke, virginia, in western fairfax county through northern prince william from manassas to hay market, and then across northern fauquier county up th
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 12:35am EDT
! >> oh! [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: ha. god bless you. [ laughter ] >> don't bring religion into this. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: gesundheit. ♪ [ audience ohs ] [ in unison ] oh! >> jimmy: that's a tricky strategy. really tricky. ♪ >> nice! [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: that's still deuce. it's really rare that i get -- >> excuse me one second. [ laughing ] >> jimmy: yeah, that will help. [ light laughter ] all right. ♪ >> no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: no, that's just -- no -- that's just plain -- >> did i tell you i broke my hand? >> jimmy: oh, you did not. [ light laughter ] when you were boxing? nice try. ♪ >> oh. >> jimmy: oh. >> whoa! thanks, jimmy >> jimmy: i don't like that. that was too distracting. that was a lane went over there. >> no, no, no -- what am i doing? >> jimmy: ooh. here we go. here we go. this is good. [ light laughter ] >> just killer instincts. aw! ooh! >> jimmy: all right, that's it. that's the first round. what do we got? what's the score? >> steve: 4-2. >> jimmy: 4-2, all right. liam -- come down -- wait. i have four? liam has two. here we go. >> okay.
NBC
Sep 25, 2012 7:00am EDT
, including the freedom of religion, you have to allow people to say and do things that you find abhorrent. and you can't react every time you're insulted. i mean, that's the first thing we all have to teach our children. and i don't mean to compare the people rioting against us in cairo or anywhere else to children. that's not the point. the point is, if you live in a shame-based society where you think nothing good is going to happen, the temptation is to wait for somebody to say something you find offensive, then you can lash out against it. but free people, mandela, absorb destructive things and refuse to be destroyed. yes, americans don't understand all muslim countries as well as we should. but they need to understand us and themselves. you cannot live in a shame-based world. you won't make it in the 21st century. there's too much diversity. there's too much stuff going on on the internet. you've got to be able to say, if you believe in islam, that i believe in a god and a prophet strong enough to withstand the criticisms of petty, narrow minded, mean spirited people. i believe that
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